Michigan: Detroit-area museum shows off Warhol record covers
07/05/2014 12:00 AM
07/02/2014 2:36 PM
Along with his celebrity portraits and Campbell Soup cans, Andy Warhol’s album covers have their own place in the pop-art pantheon. Detroit’s Cranbrook Art Museum is showing off what it says is the most comprehensive exhibition of authenticated Warhol record covers to date — including a 1955 Count Basie album, which features Warhol’s first celebrity portrait and three recently discovered albums that never before have been shown in such a setting. Warhol On Vinyl: The Record Covers, 1949-1987+ runs through March 15.
Details: www.cranbrookart.edu/museum or 248-645-3320.
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